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Sputnik — ‘Everything That’s Wrong With America’: Netizens Nonplussed as Kim Kardashian Becomes Billionaire

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Hilarious.It used to be, "Anyone can become president," with hard work and luck. Now it's, "Anyone can become a billionaire," — if they have something to parlay.While Kardashian West owns several properties in Calabasas and "a portfolio of blue-chip investments, including shares of Disney, Amazon, Netflix and Adidas," it is the companies that she "launched herself" that "land her on the World’s Billionaires list," as the magazine puts it.Sputnik International'Everything That's Wrong With America': Netizens Nonplussed as Kim Kardashian Becomes BillionaireAlso at SIIrina Volynets, founder of the National Parents Committee social movement, has proposed new regulations which would force fast food companies to apply health warning labels to their products, and provide detailed ingredient

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Hilarious.

It used to be, "Anyone can become president," with hard work and luck. Now it's, "Anyone can become a billionaire," — if they have something to parlay.
While Kardashian West owns several properties in Calabasas and "a portfolio of blue-chip investments, including shares of Disney, Amazon, Netflix and Adidas," it is the companies that she "launched herself" that "land her on the World’s Billionaires list," as the magazine puts it.
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'Everything That's Wrong With America': Netizens Nonplussed as Kim Kardashian Becomes Billionaire

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Irina Volynets, founder of the National Parents Committee social movement, has proposed new regulations which would force fast food companies to apply health warning labels to their products, and provide detailed ingredient information.

In a letter addressed to the health minister, the chief of Russia’s federal consumer protection agency, and the Duma’s health protection committee, Volynets said that fast food contains large amounts of trans fats, carcinogens, salt and sugars harmful to children. She proposes mandating a label reading “Contains harmful to health.” taking up at least 17 percent of the package, as well as pictures with health warnings about possible impact to health, on applicable products.

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Mike Norman is an economist and veteran trader whose career has spanned over 30 years on Wall Street. He is a former member and trader on the CME, NYMEX, COMEX and NYFE and he managed money for one of the largest hedge funds and ran a prop trading desk for Credit Suisse.

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